Not all sponsorships are equal. Charger Robotics offers different promotions and benefits to reflect each sponsor's generosity.
Learn more about our sponsorship levels.
Charger Robotics would not be able to inspire students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Entrepreneurship without the generous support of our corporate sponsors, industry partners, and local community.
Team fundraisers and membership fees only go so far. These generous donations helps our teams operate and compete and enable us to keep inspiring students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Entrepreneurship.
Financial donations are used for:
Competition, tournament, and event registration fees
Transportation and lodging to competitions and events
Materials, components, and tools to construct robots
Software and business tools
Facility, custodian, and rental fees
And other necessary expenses
We always appreciate additional support, especially as the program continues to expand and improve.
Please contact us or click the button below if you're interested in providing an annual financial sponsorship, in-kind donation, one-time cash donation, an Alumni Scholarship Fund contribution, or if you want to get involved in volunteer efforts.
GE Healthcare Systems is a leading global medical technology, pharmaceutical diagnostics, and digital solutions innovator that enables clinicians to make faster, more informed decisions through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications and services.
Regal Rexnord® Corporation is a leading manufacturer of electric motors, electrical motion controls, power generation and power transmission products serving markets throughout the world.
John Deere is an American corporation with over 180 years of experience in manufacturing and providing world-class agricultural machinery, diesel engines, drivetrains, heavy equipment, and lawn care tools.
Delta Defense, LLC provides sales, marketing, operations, and administrative support services to the USCCA. USCCA provides education and training services to keep families safe.
The Woods Family has been heavily involved in FIRST Robotics in Southeast Wisconsin since 2002, and have held leadership positions with Charger Robotics since 2008. Dave and Sarah Woods have provided financial support since the 2020 season.
Rockwell Automation is the largest company in the world that is dedicated to industrial automation and information. Across the globe, their flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for excellence.
Clarios creates the most advanced battery technologies for virtually every type of vehicle. They are the global leader in energy storage solutions, powering one in three of the world's vehicles.
Johnson Controls transforms the environments where people live, work, learn, and play. From optimizing building performance to improving safety and enhancing comfort, Johnson Controls drives the outcomes that matter most.
Komatsu is a Japanese multinational corporation that manufactures construction, mining, forestry and military equipment.
UNISIG is the leading producer of gun-drilling, BTA deep hole drilling machines, and automation equipment.
TLX Technologies designs and develops custom, unique, high-speed digital valves and electromagnetic actuators.
Optimist International is an international service club organization with almost 3,000 clubs and over 80,0000 members in more than 20 countries.
Sussex Area Service Club
The Sussex Area Service Club is dedicated to providing Community support through non-profit community events in Sussex, Wisconsin.
The Campbell Family has provided support and financial aid to students on Charger Robotics since 2019.
The Weisbrod Family has been involved in Charger Robotics and the Booster Club since 2018. Jerry, Alisa, and Kristin Weisbrod have provided financial support since the 2020 season.